Prior to the COVID situation in the UK and Ireland and the current regulations in effect, a meeting of the sailing committee of ISORA had consistently decided that there would be no cross-channel races and would instead have races on each side of the Irish Sea. In this opinion, the Wolf Wolf series is being abandoned in 2020, President ISORA Peter Ryan told Afloat.
‘ This is a very challenging decision with ISORA, where the Wolf trophy has been handed out annually since it was first awarded to ISORA in 1977, but the safety of all competitors is our top concern and of course we are guided by the rules and regulations of separate nations, Ryan said.
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Rivals compete for the respective championship titles on either side of the channel, coastal series, class results and silver grades.
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LONDON – John Hume, a vision politician who won the Nobel Peace Prize for signing the agreement to terminate the violent conflict of trouble in the Northern Irish homeland, who died at the age of 83, his family said Monday.
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I want to see Ireland as an example for men and women everywhere can be achieved by living because of ideals, instead of fighting for them, and by watching each of them deserves respect and honor, says Hume says 1998. Advertising I would like to see a cooperative Ireland where we conduct war for our wants and poverty, where we reach the margins and deposed, where we build a future that can be as great as our dreams allow.